Tyler Barton discusses his new story collection, ETERNAL NIGHT AT THE NATURE MUSEUM.
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Narratives, reflections—“bright particulars,” every one. ...more
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Marianne Chan discusses her debut poetry collection, ALL HEATHENS.
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Paige Lewis discusses their debut collection of poetry, SPACE STRUCK.
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Rosellen Brown discusses her new novel, THE LAKE ON FIRE.
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As if he had just made a decision, Max said, “Drop me at Red Square.” ...more
In Full Velvet
offers the truth of a woman’s life—the queer truth, the queer rose, the queer valentine. And everything is different after that moment of initiation, instantiation. ...more
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Patrick Madden teaches writing at Brigham Young University and is the author of the essay collection Quotidiana. His essays frequently appear in literary magazines and have been featured in The Best Creative Nonfiction and The Best American Spiritual Writing anthologies. He pays close attention to the details of the every day, infusing humor and self-deprecation, combining […]
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